Trump to pardon former adviser Bannon
President Donald Trump has decided to pardon his influential former adviser Steve Bannon, US media reported Tuesday, though no official announcement had been made as Trump counted down his final hours in the White House. Bannon was granted clemency after being charged with defrauding people over funds raised to build the Mexico border wall that…
Twitter bans former Trump aide Bannon's account over violence call
Twitter said Friday it permanently banned an account created by former Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon which had called for the execution of federal officials during this week's post-election social media turmoil.
UK's Boris Johnson under pressure to explain domestic 'row'
Boris Johnson, the strong favourite to become Britain's next prime minister, came under pressure from figures in his own party on Sunday to explain reports of a domestic 'row' that led to a police visit. Although still heavily backed to beat Jeremy Hunt to become Conservative Party leader, and therefore prime minister, a snap poll…
Bannon presence raises hackles in France ahead of Europe polls
Political tensions soared in France on Sunday a week before tightly-contested European elections, with the ruling party of President Emmanuel Macron expressing unease over the presence of Donald Trump's controversial ex-strategist Steve Bannon. The elections for the European Parliament on May 26 in France will see Macron's centrist party face a tough challenge from Marine…
Bannon insists he backs 'great man' Trump
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is heaping new praise on Donald Trump, after the president scathingly dismissed him as insane and irrelevant for disparaging his family in published remarks.
Trump slams Bannon, says ex-aide has 'lost his mind'
US President Donald Trump unleashed a spectacular denunciation of one of his closest political allies Wednesday, describing former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon as insane and irrelevant.
Trump Tower meeting with Russians 'treasonous': Bannon
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has described a meeting between President Donald Trump's son Don Jr and a Russian lawyer during the 2016 presidential election campaign as "treasonous" and "unpatriotic," The Guardian reported Wednesday.
Bannon out as Trump chief strategist
"White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve's last day," Trump's press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. "We are grateful for his service and wish him the best."
Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report of son-in-law's outreach to Russia
Returning late Saturday from his first foreign trip as president, Trump geared up to combat concerns over advisers' ties to Russia, including explosive reports about Jared Kushner, his indispensable aide-de-camp.